Whether you’re buying a new home or selling your current residence, here are a few things you should know about title insurance in the state of Ohio!
In Ohio, titlegenius by Radian can help you save significantly on title insurance!
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In Ohio, generally the buyer may choose the title company, except for some areas of central Ohio where the seller is responsible, though at times this can be negotiated. The buyer pays fees related to the new loan, but closing costs may be split between the buyer and seller depending on the region. Take a look at the Common Ohio Closing Costs chart below to see how titlegenius by Radian can help you save significantly in the state of Ohio!
Title insurance protects you from past problems related to the property you are purchasing—which become your responsibility once you are the owner. titlegenius by Radian may help you save on closing costs and other fees. Learn more about what title insurance is and what how it can protect you and your home.
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Common Ohio Closing Costs*
*Disclosure: This communication does not constitute a commitment or guarantee of issuance or a specified rate. Insurance coverage is subject to the terms and conditions of applicable insurance policies, which contain exclusions, limitations and other conditions and requirements. Availability of coverage and rates may be limited or prohibited by applicable state law. Programs, rates, terms and conditions are subject to change without notice. Other restrictions apply. Discounts and savings may vary and may not be available in all states or situations. Fees and estimated savings based on national averages as provided by Closing Corp Inc., and/or premiums filed with relevant regulatory agencies, as compared to Radian rates. Estimated Radian fees do not include all costs related to issuance of title insurance such as escrow fees, notary, tax certification, or additional parcel search (as applicable), nor all costs related to closing such as hazard insurance, property taxes and HOA fees. This communication is intended to convey general information only and not to provide any legal or accounting advice or options. An attorney or accountant should be consulted for specific information.